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time. sonja "black widow" thomas won with 40 dogs. i'm a big hot dog lover and can't imagine that. how many do you think you could eat? if you're hungry and like them. they're not the biggest. >> personally, i have had three. >> i can do better than three. >> really? >> i was thinking six or seven. >>> coming up, a grizzly discovery in an indiana creek. police waiting to see if it sheds light on the disappearance of a college coed. >>> also, a civil war reenactors in a battle with mother nature. why they got the shock of their life. >>> wowing the crowds in canada, what the royal couple is up to today. chronologically i'm sixty years old. is it the new forty, i don't know. i probably feel about thirty. how is it that we don't act our age? [ marcie ] you keep us young. [ kurt ] we were having too much fun we weren't thinking about a will at that time. we have responsibilities to the kids and ourselves. we're the vargos and we created our wills on legalzoom. finally. [ laughter ] [ shapiro ] we created legalzoom to help you take care of the ones you love. go to today and co
a big jump in income, but the extra money coming in didn't mean approval. >> the reason i was told that i was declined, because too big of a disparity between my 2009 and 2010 income. >> the bank is looking for steady income flow, and that self-employed person cannot show that now. >> when the housing market went bust, lenders pulled back, over compensating and tightening their lending standards. in fact in today's market almost a quarter of all mortgage applications are denied. >> we were too lenient in the early 2000s, and too tight right now, and we need to find somewhere in the middle. >> do you think at some point you will give up and not go through this? >> yeah, that entered my mind a couple times. >> as for the lender, prosperity mortgage says privacy laws dictate we protect the personal information of all individuals so we are unable to comment on the specific case. but the story ends well, they found another lender to give them a loan. but you need to be prepared to work through a difficult process. alison, we heard donovan say it should be easier for folks buying a home.
for nasa and the united states. sometimes it takes the big think from above and we will see if this government weighs in too. >> interesting fact. the president who signed off on the idea of the shuttle. >> who? >> who saw the model? president nixon. a long time ago. >> almost. >> >>> that does it for us. for now, kyra phillips takes over with "cnn newsroom." >> good morning. it's 9:00 a.m. on the east coast and 6:00 a.m. on the west coast. i'm kyra phillips. >>> a tough wait for casey anthony and everyone invested in her murder trial. she is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. the jury beginning second day of deliberations. >>> former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn facing a you new complaint. a writer says he tried to rape her eight years ago. her lawyer is following the charge with prosecutors. >>> senate back in session after the holiday weekend. top of the agenda? the jet ceiling deadlock. the treasury due to run out of money in less than a month. >>> we begin this morning, it's been more than 30 hours in shark-infested water. coast guard crews and mexic
. >> you know, there's a big question that i have here about trading partners. we were looking at the evolution of countries and populations over the next 40 years. a new report says that in 40 years out, india is going to become -- push united states out of the number two spot and become the second largest. >> that's right. china's set to be the biggest trader by 2015. india is to take over the united states by 2015 as number two. this is a huge surprise. what's behind india's rise? >> they'll benefit from the rise in trade between emerging markets. between the brick economies and they're creating new winners and that will include india. >> very interesting. the report from the u.s. census population that it will become the most populous country. >>> take a look at this video. it's a little creepy. it's a dentist robot. a lifelike patient that dentist in training train on in japan. the robot -- look at this. it's creepy. it can sneeze, move her head. cough a little bit. the dentist can get actual training without actually hurting anyone. i'm probably a little -- i'm happier th
they were thinking and what they were thinking, and also casey anthony, the big question, where does she go now. what is her home now? thank you so much. everybody thank you for joining us. more coming up. brook baldwin taking over. we're swapping out the chairs. >>> casey anthony found not guilty of first-degree murder and not guilty of aggravated child abuse and not guilty of aggravated manslaughter. they did find her guilty of providing false information to a law enforcement officer. tremendous verdict here. we have a lot coming up in the next hour, and i have guests with me, including holly hughes, a criminal defense attorney. we will walk through what happens next to casey anthony. we look at the pictures here of a massive crowd outside of this orlando courthouse. as reaction is beginning to pour in, we heard from members of the defense team a short time ago saying there are no winners here, saying this is disgusting with media assassination and how casey anthony has been regarded here for years here, and i want to bring in holly hughes as we go back to and reset for the people that ju
. about 75 miles in your terms. yeah. it was a big shake. it felt like a big shake. we're not used to that sort of magnitude earthquake. for many people, they got a frigtd. but everything is fine. a most unusual event. >> mark o'brien, network 10 reporter, from melbourne. >>> neighboring new zealand was hit by an earthquake on tuesday. the 6.5 magnitude quake was felt on most of the country. it was centered in taupo. but it was felt as far down as the capital of wellington. residents were shaken. but there's been no reports of any damage so far. as network 10's reporter, mark o'brien, was telling us. >>> you're watching "world business today." her first day on the job as the head of the imf. we'll look at the kind of leader that lagarde is bound to be. >>> a place where money seems to be no object. and gracing group buying sites. ♪ sing polly wolly doodle all the day ♪ ♪ hah nymex trieding down on 28 cents on the dollar. from cnn london, this is "world business today." welcome back. a die after winning thailand's general election, the new prime minister has announced her gove
superiors. >> the lieutenant made a big joke out of it and told the rest of the squad that if i went over to the lieutenant's house and cleaned out the lint trap in his dryer, we could probably clear out all the cases in the city of atlanta. >> still, buffington sent the fibers to the state crime laboratory. a young forensic scientists, larry peterson, took a look. why was a fiber that was stuck in the crack of a shoe, why was that important? >> because it was somewhat loosely there. people normally don't have tufts of carpet fibers stuck loosely in their shoe. >> from those few thin threads, peterson would begin to build a case to try to catch a killer. how many fibers across the board did you look at every day in this case, when the case really started getting busy? 100? 500? 1,000? >> literally there's going to be hundreds if not thousands of fibers there, depending upon the case. >> in the spring of 1980, no one wanted to believe a serial killer was loose in the city, even when bob buffington spotted a disturbing pattern. >> there had been a sharp increase in the number of children un
's immediately when the adrenaline kicked in. we all knew this was going to be big. ai journalists believed it was going to be bad news. we felt the jury hadn't deliberated that long. as we wait for the judge, it's deathly silent in there. everybody is in there but nobody is saying a word. we saw the defense team, the prosecution. jose baez was late to arrive. then casey anthony came in all eyes laser fixed on her. and you could see this was a terrified young woman. you could see she was trembling. you could see the emotion in her face. you saw cheney mason, jose baez get down on bended knee and get very close to her and start talking to her. then the judge comes in, then the jury comes in and then you heard the verdict. complete change of emotions then from what you saw, from abject fear to what was just pure elation. and there she was holding on to the hand of jose baez. once everything will be read, no other sound in the courtroom except the sobbing of an entire defense team. it was like they all let out this great sob at once, and then you saw the piling on as they all began hugging and
it to the editorial board of the big newspapers here about two weeks before he was arrested in new york. he certainly was aware of the fact that there must have been something out there that people would try to accuse him of this or try to set him up is what he had suggested in his interview with the editorial board. yeah, i think politics here can be pretty dirty when it comes to presidential campaigns, and certainly, in his case, i think since he was a leading opponent, that there was a suggestion that perhaps his opponents were going to do something and that this whole thing was a setup. there's been some rumors and accusations about that that have been in the press here over the last few days, so this whole thing was set up with the hotel maid in new york. that of course, the charges still have not been dropped in new york but looks like they may be. nonetheless, it's a case that has large political overtones for france in a presidential election year. there's a lot at stake here. >> absolutely. certainly not over. jim bittermann, thank you so much. our man in paris. thanks a million. >>> the jur
failed to make its case. >> the prosecution did not prove their case. the big question that was not answered, how did caylee die? i think there was probably a lot of discussion of it being a horrific accident that dad and casey covered up. unfortunately, it did snowball and got away from them. >> jeff toobin, we've had this conversation before in high profile cases. does sunny have a point? one big trial i covered was the von bullough count. they tried to get seven counts. should they have taken one or two counts that they thought they had a stronger case on and focus there? >> it's not the number of counts, john. it's the death penalty. this was from the start not a case that cried out for the death penalty. there was so many holes in the evidence. where did she die? how did she die? what day did she die? none of this the prosecution knew. there were no eyewitnesses to the murder, as sunny said, the issue of motive was murky. in a lot of all that, some sort of accidental homicide would seem to have been a much more plausible theory. interestingly the alternate juror we
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? >> everything. >> you tell me. >> it has everything to do with it? >> tell me. >> i big part of the conversation when i talked to your lawyers was -- could wayne williams grab somebody? did he have the strength? he's not a big guy, could he grab someone in a unarmed combat technique and kill them? and your attorneys would say -- you met him. he's not a big guy so if you're telling me yes, i was trained by the cia which is what the document says, in a nut shell, on weekends when i was a teenager and i'm trained in the chokehold technique, that's one thing. but you're telling me no, that never happened but you write a long fantasy about being trained from the cia in weaponry and the chokehold technique? that's takes it in a whole other direction. remember, doctors said at least two of the victims and perhaps more, were probably killed by chokeholds. >> do you know how to kill someone with a chokehold? that's a straight forward question. my answer would be, no, sir, no, sir, i do not know. what's your answer to that? >> let me say something? >> that's a yes or no? >> no, it's not. >> not until the
made a big joke about it and told the rest of the squad if i went over to the lieutenant's house and cleaned out the lint trap in his dryer we could probably clear out all the cases in the city of atlanta. >> still, buffsington sent the fibers to the state crime laboratory. a young forensic strien test, larry peterson, took a look. why was a fiber stuck in the crack of a shoe -- >> it was somewhat loosely there. and people don't normally have tufts of carpet fiber loosely stuck in their shoe. >> from those thin threads, peterson would begin to build a case to catch a killer. >> how many fibers across the board, did you look at every day in this case? when the case really started getting busy, 100? 500, 1,000? >> literally, there will be hundreds if not thousands of fibers there, depending on the case. >> in the spring of 1980, nobody wanted to believe a serial killer was loose in the city, even when bob buffington spotted a disturbing pattern. >> there had been a sharp increase in the number of children under the age of 14, who had been killed. >> when he told his boss at homicid
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